A&P II Final Study Guide

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Anat omy & Physi ol ogy | | Study Guide for Final
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Chapt er 6 Skin
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The hai r on a 6- year ol d’ s ar ms i s A.  Vellus B.  Lanugo C.  Alopecia D.  Terminal hair E.  Rosacea
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Whi ch of t he f ol l owi ng i s a scent gl and? A.  Merocine sweat glands B.  Apocrine sweat glands C.  Mammary glands D.  Ceruminous glands E.  Sebaceous glands
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Al l of t he f ol l owi ng i nt er f er e wi t h m i cr obi al i nvasi on ski n and body EXCEPT whi ch one? A.  The acid mantle B.  Melanization C.  Dendritic cells D.  Keratinization E.  Sebum
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Concer ni ng ski n col or , whi ch of t hese st at ement s i s NOT cor r ect l y mat ched? A.  Skin appears yellow – carotene present B.  No skin pigmentation (albinism) – genetic disorder C.  Skin tans – increases melanin production D.  Skin appears blue (cyanosis) – oxygenated blood E. African-Americans darker than Caucasians –  more melanin in African-American skin
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Hai r A.  Is produced by the dermal root shealth B.  Consists of living keratinized epithelial cells C.  Can be colored by melanin D.  Contains mostly soft keratin E.  Grows from the tip
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Al veol ar gl ands t hat pr oduce a whi t e, oi l y subst ance and usual l y open i nt o hai r f ol l i cl es ar e cal l ed A.  Apocrine sweat glands B.  Merocrine sweat glands C.  Sebaceous glands
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The ski n ai ds i n mai nt ai ni ng t he cal ci um and phosphat e l evel s of body at opt i mum l evel s by par t i ci pat i ng i n pr oduct i on of A.  Vitamin A B.  Vitamin B C.  Vitamin D D.  Melanin E.  Keratin
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Whi ch of t hese pr ocesses i ncr ease( s) heat l oss f r om t he body? A.  Dilation of dermal arterioles B.  Constriction of dermal arterioles C.  Increased sweating D.  Both a and c E.  Both b and c
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I n t hi r d- degr ee ( f ul l - t hi ckness) bur ns, bot h t he epi der m i s and der m of ski n ar e dest r oyed. Whi ch f ol l owi ng condi t i ons woul d NOT occur as a r esul t a bur n? A.  Dehydration (increased water loss) B.  Increased likelihood of infection C.  Increased sweating D.  Loss of sensation in the burned area E.  Poor temperature regulation in the burned area
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The hypoder m i s A.  Is the layer of skin where the hair is produced B.  Is the layer of skin where nails are produced C.  Connects the dermis to the epidermis D.  Is dense irregular connective tissue E.  Contains many adipocytes (and about half of the body’s  stored fat)
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Whi ch of t he f ol l owi ng t ypes ski n cancer i s l east danger ous because i t sel dom met ast asi zes? A.  Basal cell carcinoma B.  Squamous cell carcinoma C.  Malignant melanoma D.  Kaposi sarcoma
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Whi ch par t of t he nai l r epr esent s gr owt h zone?
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This note was uploaded on 11/13/2011 for the course BIOL 101 taught by Professor May during the Summer '11 term at Brenau.

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